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Materials Science and Engineering Student Receives ACerS 2015 Graduate Excellence in Materials Science Diamond AwardNovember 2015
Materials Science and Engineering Ph.D. student Jessica Rimsza is one of the Diamond awardees of the American Ceramic Society's (ACerS) 2015 Graduate Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) winners. ACerS Basic Science Division sponsors the GEMS award as part of the annual (...
Computer Science and Engineering Professor Named Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing MachineryNovember 2015
Dr. Ian Parberry, a professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, has been named a Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). The 2015 ACM Distinguished Members are drawn from leading academic institutions, as well as corporate and...
Computer Engineering student and Engineering Ambassador Maria del Mar Moreno and Computer Science & game programming student Courtney Dickson were featured in an article on the banner of the University of North Texas website. Read more about Moreno, Dickson, and their accomplishments...
Mechanical and Energy Engineering Students Get 'Real-world' Experience With Design Improvement ProjectNovember 2015
Students from MEEN 4150 Senior Design are re-designing and improving a concrete breaking machine called an EZ Breaker. The EZ Breaker is a construction machine that uses a hydraulic ram to break concrete, tile, or masonry up to 14 inches deep. The project is sponsored by Stout...
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